Paul Waters & J. Julian Rainbow 400 pages hardcover
This book details the British Military Railway operations during World War 1. Included in the book are a look at railway operations in France, including the trench railways, railway workshops and Cross Channel Trains Ferry service. The book also examines Empire Railway troops from Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and India. Other topics covered in this book include the Italian campaign railway operations, the Gallipoli Campaign railways and the Salonica campaign railways. In addition to European operations, the book explores British Military Railway operations on other continents. This includes Egypt, Syria, Palestine, the Mesopotamian campaign, Persia, East Africa, West Africa, South Africa, Pacific Island railways and the Falkland Islands. The equipment used by the British is well documented with chapters on broad gauge locomotives, ambulance trains, armoured trains, rolling stock, metre and narrow gauge locomotives & equipment and preservation efforts.